General Science 100 MCQ Question for RAS Exam, IAS Exam, SSC exam, IBPS Bank PO Clerk Exams
1. Red-rot and Ergot disease are associated with the Production of:
A. Bajra and wheat
C.Wheat and groundnut
D.Sugarcane and Bajra
2. Who among the following received Nobel prize for unraveling the helical structure of Protein ?
A. Linus pauling
B. Maurice Wilkins
D. Watson and Crick
3. Which one of the following kinds of organism causes maleria ?
4. Which among the following is poorest source of Fat ?
5. The release of which one of the following into Ponds and wells helps in controlling mosquitoes ?
B. Gambusia Fisha
6. Which one of the following crop improvement technique is based on the concept of Cellular Totipotency in plants
B. Tissue Culture
C. Induced Culture
7. The high milk yielding breed of cow developed in India through cross breeding is ?
B. Red sindhi
8. Zoological Survey of India Planned to
Establish Five DNA Laboratories in India. Which one of the following
cities is not included in its planned list?
9. If the drinking water supply pipeline is damaged and is contaminated with domestic sewerage. which one of the following disease is most likely to occur ?
12. Which of the following are infected by foot and mouth disease ?
13. Which one of the following disease is caused by bacteria ?
A. Hepatitis B
14. Which one of the following is vector for KALA-AZAR disease ?
C. Aedes mosquito
D. Anopheles Mosquitos
15. In terms of organic evolution, which one of the following is more advanced than the other three ?
16. Night blindness can be corrected by the intake of ?
A. Vitamin A
B. Vitamin B Complex
C. Vitamin C
D. Vitamin D
17. Which one of the enzymes is found in human saliva ?
18.Which one of the following element is essential for the transmission of Nerve impulses in nerve fibers of Human body ?
19. In the human body, the red blood cells are produced in ?
B. Voluntary Muscles
D. Bone marrow
20. The purpose of Genetically modifying brinjal and cotton as Bt-Brinjal, Bt-Cotton was to make them ?
A. Drought resistant
B. High yielding
C. Pest resistant
D. Short-duration crops
21. Which one of the following is a pigment ?
22. Which of the following is biodegradable?
23. Electrostatic precipitation is used to control ?
A. Water pollution
B. Solid waste
C. Noise pollution
D. Air pollution
24. X-rays were discovered by –
25. Where was India’s first computer installed?
A. Indian Statistical Institute, Calcutta
B. Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi
C. Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore
D. Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd, Delhi
26. Centre for DNA Finger printing of India is located at-
27. The audible range of sound is-
A. 20 Hz to 20 MHz
B. 20 Hz to 20 kHz
C. 20 kHz to 20 MHz
D. 20 Hz to 2000 Hz
28. The nephron is:
A. The site of urine storage.
B. The functional unit of the kidney.
C. The site where ADH is produced.
D. Also called the Bowman’s capsule.
29. All of the following are normally found in urine except-
B. Sodium ions
C. Uric acid
30. Which Salt is used in photography?
A. Phosphorus Nitrate
B. Silver Nitrate
C. Sodium Nitrate
D. Sodium Chloride
31. In elephants, which teeth are grow into huge tusks?
A. Incisors of the lower jaw
B. Canines of the upper jaw
C. Incisors of the upper jaw
D. Molars of the lower jaw
32. Tip of the match-stick contains-
A. Phosphorus penta oxide
B. White phosphorus
C. Red phosphorus
D. Phosphorus penta chloride
33. Commercial name of Sodium bicarbonate is-
A. Washing soda
B. Baking soda
C. Bleaching powder
D. Soda ash
34. Which lands in human body produced growth Harmon ?
35. From evolutionary point of view which one f the following is more advances ?
36. Which one of the following Mineral is required for muscle contraction ?
37. What is key ingredient of Vinegar that you use in diet ?
A. Acetic acid
B. Ascorbic acid
C. Benzoic Acid
D. Nicotinic Acid
38. Which of the following receives message from hypothalmus and communicates with other endocrine glands ?
39. The part of grain in cereals, where much of the protein lies is the ?
A. Aleurone layer
40. In which part of human body is the smallest bone found ?
41. Primarily which one of the following system of the body is attacked by HIV ?
42. Which one of the following is a stem tissue ?
43. Vaccines are ?
A. Same as monoclonal antibodies
B. Treated bacteria or virus or one of their protein
C. mhc protein
D. Strands of nucleic acid
44. Which one of the following is used as antibacterial dye for skin infection ?
C. Gentian violet
45. Tricuspid valve is found in ?
46. In India, the human organ transplantation act come into existence in ?
47. Which one of following algae is a wonder crop with about 70% protein, even more than Soyabean ?
48. The science dealing with Human variations and heredity leading to the improvement of human race is known as ?
49. The part of poppy plant which yields opium is ?
A. Dried root
B. Dried leaves
C. Dried seeds
D. Unripe fruits
50. Vitamin A is also known as ?
A. Ascorbic acid
51. The folding of the leaf lobes of the Venus flag trap is a response to changing ?
A. Light pattern
B. Water pressure
C. Wind speed
D. Wind direction
52. One of most important foreign exchange earning herbs used in the treatment of several kinds of chronic dysentery is ?
53. Which one of the following is the most suitable plant for reclamation of alkaline soil ?
54. The crop in which Bt Gene has been used for genetic transformation and which has given rise o a controversy in India is ?
55. Children confined to closed dark rooms are most likely to suffer from ?
D. Bone deformation
56. Fish and sea foods are very rich in ?
57. WIDAL test is required for the diagnosis of ?
58. Which one of the following is known as first line of defence for the body ?
59. The yellow color of Yolk is due to the presence of ?
60. The slurry of biogas plant is an enriched manure as it is vary rich in oxygen …
A. Phosphorus and Potassium
B. Sulphur and Nitrogen
C. Zinc and Aluminum
D. Boron and Potash
61. The most economical process of increasing the nutritive value of foodgrains is ?
62.GOUT, a metabolic disease occues due to the high level of ?
A. Uric acid in the blood
B. Urea in the blood
C. Sugar in the blood
D. Cholestrerol in the blood
63. Which one of the following is NOT correctly matched ?
A. Becquerel: Radioactivity
B. Alexander Fleming: Penicillin
C. Louis Pasteur: Blood group
D. William Harvey: Blood circulation
64. PCR (Polymerase chain reaction) is a technique to make copies of ?
A. DNA Using livin cells
B. DNA Without using living cells
C. RNA using living cells
D RNA without using living cells
65. The branch of science dealing with the improvement of human race is ?
66. The main pollination agent in the case of maze plant is ?
67. Spiders and scrpions belongs to the same class of Antropods as are ?
A. Beetle and locusts
B. Crabs and Lobsters
C. Centipedes and Millipedes
D. Mites and Ticks
68. With reference to the plants, mucilage are ?
B. Polypeptides chains
D. Long chain fatty acids
69. Azolla used as a bio-fertilizer for rice cultivation has a symbolic relationship with ?
70.Diatom are good indicator of:
A. Industrial pollution
B. Intense soil erosion
C. Sewae pollution
D. Soil Pollution
71. Which one of the following theories is most widely accepted for movement of water through plants ?
B. Cohesion tension
D. Root pressure.
72.Which one of the following organisms has a role in converting nitrates to free Nitrogen ?
73. The human body cowper’s gland is associated with ?
A. Circulatory system
B. Digestive system
C. Nervous system
D. Urino-genital system
74. Which type of light is effective for Photosynthesis to occur ?
A. Ultraviolet and blue
B. Blue and red
C. Green and Yellow
D. Blue and Green
75. Which one of the following enzymes can hydrolyze proteins in the stomach ?
76. In human body the blood enters the aorta of the circulartory system from the ?
A. Left artium
B. Left Ventricle
C. Right atrium
D. Right Ventricle
77. Which is iodine-deficienty disease ?
78. Which oil is least recommended for high blood pressure person ?
A. Coconut oil
B. Groundnut oil
C. Mustand Oil
D. Sunflower Oil
79. Which Nutrients plays a important role in Coagulation of Blood ?
80. Which one of following vitamins can be synthesized by human body ?
A. Vitamin B1
B. Vitamin B12
C. Vitamin C
D. Vitamin D
81. What is the process responsible for producing photons in a diode laser?
A. Fermi level shift
B. Majority carrier injection
C. Carrier freeze out
D. Electron-hole recombination
82. Which variety of coal contains the highest percentage of carbon?
83. What is the main component of biogas and natural gas?
84. What is dry ice?
A. Liquid nitrogen
B. Water ice
C. Solid carbon dioxide
D. Frozen ethanol
85. Nail polish remover contains mainly ?
86. Which of the following measurements is not a unit of distance?
Ans: A (An ammeter is a device that measures the current in an electric circuit, the amount of charge per unit time through a point of reference)
87. Who discovered X-rays?
88. What is defined as the change in velocity over time?
89. Which one of the following is caused by virus ?
90. Which one of the following elements is required by the human body for the hardening of Bones and teeth ?
91. Which one of the following is not caused by Nutritional deficienty ?
92. Chemically, what is Sname Venom ?
93. The root of which one of following plants contain the bacteria that convert free Nitrogen to Nitrates used by plants ?
94. Which one among following is rich in protein ?
A. Boiled rice
B. Brea of Wheat
C. Fried Potato Chips
D. Fried Gram
95. Which part of Potato plant is used as Vegetable ?
A. Modified root
B. Modified stem
C. Modified leaf
D. Modified flower
96. Mashrooms are actually ?
D. Parasitic moss plant
97. All Enzymes are actually ?
C. Fatty acids
98. Among the following fruits, which one is not a True fruits ?
99. In which oran of the human body is Ammonia converted into Urea ?
100. Who saw the cells for the first time in the thin slice of Cork using his crude Mircoscope ?
A. August Weismann
B. Louis Pasteur
C. Robert Brown
D. Robert Hooke